Whenever you can combine a great lookout with exposed Canadian Shield there seems to be a popular hike built around it. Huckleberry Rock Lookout Trail is a prime example of this. Throughout the hike you are walking on top of the some of the worlds oldest rocks.
In the winter the parking is along the road. In the summer there is a parking lot.
Entrance to the hike.
This roughly 3 kilometer loop is very hard to navigate in the winter. For this reason alone I would highly suggest doing this hike in the summer. It was a nice snowshoe with a mixture of very deep powder and snowmobile trail. There are two really nice lookouts throughout the hike.
Here is a really shaky video of the hike: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6ZsiAf_FYR4
Click on the icon to make the Google Map full screen, to see all the photos I took and where they were taken. Click on the symbol to see all the photos. There are 6 in total.
Total hike: 3.0 km
Elevation gain: 167 m